Reported by Perrin Grauer Following an apology to LGBTQ2+ Canadians by prime minister Trudeau on Tuesday, Vancouver city councillor Tim Stevenson said it’s a breakthrough for the community. “I have been out for about 40 years and I…
Participating in a smudge ceremony is an opportunity to relax and also to learn, said Rick Ouellet, Langara College’s director of Aboriginal education and services.
Advocates for traumatized first responders in British Columbia say that WorkSafeBC’s current handling of their claims lags behind a new standard being adopted by other provinces.
The idea that Millennials are commitment-phobic is all too familiar to some Langara College students.
Indeed, the Langara Falcons basketball teams have their own unusual ways of ensuring their victories.
Reported by Perrin Grauer After discovering vote-counting errors following last month’s election, the Langara Students’ Union says it will develop new protocols for electoral oversight. The LSU Media Committee refused to speculate on why no…
Reported by Perrin Grauer Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services has had to pull out all the stops in an effort to curb a spike in arsons in vacant homes in 2016. The Marpole, Sunset and Grandview-Woodland neighbourhoods saw a doubling and even…
Fear will always speak the loudest, and the only solution is an authentic encounter with another human being.
The Langara Students’ Union’s collective agreement with CUPE 15 - which comes up for renewal at the end of November - secures its staff a wage that totals more than $35 per hour.
Little more than a year out of Studio 58, Lillian Doucet-Roche is finding success as an actress after a journey that began at an early age.